Looking for some inspiration for the Hawaii Craftsmen Fiber Hawaii juried exhibition?

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Ancient Kimono’s 1868-1926

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If you were wondering what the Hawai’i Craftsmen office manager does in her spare time, the Honolulu Museum of Art has a short blog post about the camouflage themed yarnbombing of Cades Pavilion at Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House.

If you were wondering what the Hawai’i Craftsmen office manager does in her spare time, the Honolulu Museum of Art has a short blog post about the camouflage themed yarnbombing of Cades Pavilion at Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House.


Reflecting on The Hawaii Craftsmen’s Annual Statewide Juried Exhibition 2013 while we prepare for the 2014 exhibit! Left to right: Bernice Akamine - Untitled (kai), glass/copper wire. Cliff Johns - Ohana, milo wood. Esther Shimazu - Gertie, stoneware and porcelain. Maya Portner - Story of Sediment, paper, graphite, acrylic medium, monofilament thread, pins.

Reflecting on The Hawaii Craftsmen’s Annual Statewide Juried Exhibition 2013 while we prepare for the 2014 exhibit! Left to right: Bernice Akamine - Untitled (kai), glass/copper wire. Cliff Johns - Ohana, milo wood. Esther Shimazu - Gertie, stoneware and porcelain. Maya Portner - Story of Sediment, paper, graphite, acrylic medium, monofilament thread, pins.